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Whisky Reviews for Carsebridge 1982 MBl
10 users have left a review for this whisky and scored it an average of 86.16 points
- A very good, almost perfect single grain. Sweet but not tame and full of flavor.
Lots of oak, a surprising fruitiness, coconut, vanilla, chestnut honey.
Oak, coconut and vanilla in the mouth, accompanied by a certain acidic freshness of the oak.
Oak, vanilla, a few spicy, tart notes, otherwise menthol and a nice sweetness.
- A good, solid grain, very pleasant, without really being 'mindblowing'. The smell is slightly behind the taste / body.
Initially sweet and slightly smelled, after about an hour the glue air is completely gone: sweet remains, vanilla, and also got strong associations with rum. Smell is not very emphatically present.
Reasonably strong due to somewhat higher Abv, but still very friendly. Sweet, vanilla, toffee, caramel, milk chocolate. After a while more and more sweetness of sweets or gumballs.
Now a light pepper, reasonably long, sweet weather, vanilla, caramel. Wood influences. And again later that sweetness of candy / gumballs.
- Grain tasting 2017 HWF
(half hour left) Fruity, banana, dried kiwi and citrus. Hint of grass and light woody.
Sweet as in liquorice. Vanilla and bourbon influences. More bourbon influences, even more bourbon influences. Wood
Silky soft, but not so much creamy or oily (chill
Medium length. Ginger, sweet bourbon influences. Woody and attracts something sour.
Comment: There was still a liter or a bit of bourbon in the barrel according to me. 88 points, because I thought it was very nice. Had this whiskey been fuller and fatter it was certainly 90ptn.
- A spicy dram with a very spicy character. Not one that you tick ff. Complex.
After pouring: Glue, but less than with the previous samples. Vanilla, some banana. I smell something sharp, pepper or something. After an hour and a half: Still a strong nose. Spicy. Pepper, cloves, nutmeg, something like that
After pouring: Troublesome. You can taste the pepper. Complex taste. After an hour and a half: Strong, sharp, spicy. Spicy dram.
After pouring: Medium After an hour and a half: Medium to long.
- Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt
Nose: Vanilla, rum-like, pastries and rich oak.Palate: Toasty, into full on bourbon notes now, yum!Finish: Caramel and maple syrup.